Sons of Anxiety
Stew Kingscott and Justyn Surrall open up about their own battles with stress, depression and anxiety as they team up with psychologist Dr Ben Rogers to investigate why men struggle to talk to each other about their mental health…..and what happens when they do.
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Fearne Cotton – Happy, Calm, and Quiet
These three books also tie in with her Journals (named the same) to work on daily reflection for anxiety, depression and improving self-esteem.
Dr Emma Hepburn – A Toolkit for Modern Life
This book is filled with practical tools for taking care of your mental health, self-care, and self-esteem.
Dr Sarah Edelman – Change Your Thinking with CBT:
Overcome Stress, Combat Anxiety and Improve your Life
All of us experience complicated thoughts and feelings as we negotiate the day and these feelings can be difficult to manage. Sometimes we are aware that the way we think contributes to our difficulties, but don't know what to do about it
Matt Haig – Notes on a Nervous Planet
A follow-up to Matt Haig's internationally bestselling memoir, Reasons to Stay Alive, a broader look at how modern life feeds our anxiety, and how to live a better life.The societies we live in are increasingly making our minds ill, making it feel as though the way we live is engineered to make us unhappy.
Black dog of Depression
At its worst, depression can be a frightening, debilitating condition. Millions of people around the world live with depression. Many of these individuals and their families are afraid to talk about their struggles, and don't know where to turn for help. However, depression is largely preventable and treatable. Recognizing depression and seeking help is the first and most critical towards recovery.